Process Management has a bad reputation of downsizing, replacing humans with bots, and all those other things that one relates to “bad capitalism”. But there are also other ways to include humans into process management that are outside of these parameters. And, believe it or not, you still need humans to analyze, design, and improve processes.

Today we are talking with Christoph Piller about the topic of subject-oriented process management.

Christoph, also known as the Process Wizard, has a focus on (S-)BPM, Hyperautomation, Process Sprint, and AI, I empowering businesses and individuals to excel. He offers personalized coaching, consulting, and training in (subject-oriented) BPM, Hyperautomation and Process Sprint Week. He wants you to experience the power of Hyperautomation and AI as a BPM assistant, optimizing processes for maximum efficiency.

In this episode of the podcast we are talking about:

  • Christoph’s background
  • What is S-BPM?
  • Why should one care about subject-oriented process management?
  • How do you model this (using the PASS notation – Parallel Activity Specification Scheme)
  • Why hasn’t S-BPM conquered the world?
  • What is next for S-BPM?

You can find Christoph on LinkedIn, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, and on his website.

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Ep. 53 – Subject-Oriented Process Management: Christoph Piller What's Your Baseline? Enterprise Architecture & Business Process Management Demystified

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Music by Jeremy Voltz,

  • CP1 (Welcome)
  • Chasing (Interlude 1)
  • Jetstream (Interlude 2)
  • South Wing (Outro)